North Fork Designer Showhouse – cutchogue, NY
The North Fork Designer Showhouse is located in the quaint area of Cutchogue, New York. Each space in the farmhouse and neighboring gardens showcase a myriad of personalities through furnishings, accents and wall treatments. This space was transformed from a traditional upstairs bedroom to a serene and collected study. The palette is a neutral mix with pops of brass, black and navy blue. The vintage glass chandelier from Hunting with Jake brings the drama, without the fuss and weight.
Each piece in the space has been carefully selected and positioned for a central work area under the chandelier. The round table and console piece were both custom designed and built by Benjamin Shea. The contemporary wood furnishings are contrasted by the oversized floral painting by acclaimed artist, Wayne Pate. A variety of textiles are provided by Pyar & Co, Vanderhurd and Waggo Home. This vignette is especially possible by the generous support of Interior Define, providing the loveseat and swivel club chairs.
Single Family Residence – chicago, IL
This is a family home that is equal parts stylish and kid friendly. The kitchen is bright with pops of contemporary patterns, while maintaining a timeless detail found in the custom build outs. The aqua dining room is a statement for conversation as it sits to the left of the entry.
A family workspace can be seen to the right of the entry, behind French doors. Its neutral palette is enhanced by grasscloth filled walls and styled shelf accessories. Hints of fuchsia, navy and gold are sprinkled throughout the living room, pulled from the framed art. Personality fills every nook and cranny in this home.
New York, NY
It's a petite live-work studio for this fashion designer and her two pups. A thoughtful approach for storage results in custom millwork and gatelegged surfaces around the room.
East Hampton, NY
It's a tucked away weekend home for this Manhattan based bachelor. The back includes all amenities needed for a perfect pool party. All interior spaces include crisp whites and natural light.
Briarcliff Manor, NY
It's a Dutch Colonial house that sits on a hill top near a wooded road. The rooms are liveable and filled with historically appropriate motifs. Think traditional with a splash of whimsy.